Nancy J. Jacobs is a historian of the environment, colonial Africa, and southern Africa. The integration of social and environmental history has been her longstanding interest. Her current book project, The Global Grey Parrot, is a history of a social, intelligent, and endangered African animal that now lives in captivity around the world.
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Environment, Power, and Justice
Southern African Histories
Edited by Graeme Wynn, Jane Carruthers, and Nancy J. Jacobs
With appreciation for both regional and chronological variation, this volume’s contributors track the global concept of environmental justice to analyze its influence in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Lesotho and to expand popular understandings of social-environmental harm.